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The (LCD?) display on the top middle of the dash of my 95 Mazda Millenia, which includes clock, outside air temp and interior climate control is not operating. No lights, however, the manual mode and fan buttons still work, so it appears to be just the LCD lights that are out.

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Unfortunately the only way I can think of to fix this is to actually remove the Information Display(the LCD you are refering to) and check the voltages. This is easy if you are willing to spend the time to remove the dashboard to even reach it. If you do, you will need a volatge meter as well. I do have a reference chart for the voltages if you need it.

You can always take it to the dealer and have them replace it. Or a local mech which I recommended as I hate dealer mechs. Their protocol is to find defective part and replace, NOT repair so ends up being more costly.

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